Deploy Office 2019 using SCCM and PSADT (Powershell App Deployment Toolkit) | Step by Step Guide




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In this video I’ll go over all the steps to Deploy Office 2019 using SCCM and PSADT (Powershell App Deployment Toolkit). I’ve setup the script to automatically remove any previous MSI versions so if you’re coming from Microsoft Office 2016 MSI, it will do the work for you.

The purpose of PSADT is mainly used so you can safely ( at users convenience ) shut down the apps you need to upgrade, with the option to defer to a later time if necessary.

This is a critical step (in my opinion) because it provides a lot of flexibility as to when a user can choose to install or upgrade their…

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3 thoughts on “Deploy Office 2019 using SCCM and PSADT (Powershell App Deployment Toolkit) | Step by Step Guide

    The Sysadmin Channel

    (November 16, 2018 - 4:14 pm)

    Sequence of Events:
    0:16 – Download setup.exe
    0:56 – Copy sample config-x64.xml file

    3:35 – Download office 2019 source files from Microsoft

    4:36 – Deploy Office 2019 single instance example

    4:53 – PSADT walk-through and code review

    7:53 – SCCM deployment configuration

    16:27 – Deployment Demo Start

    17:36 – PSADT in action

    19:31 – PSADT completion and verification of installed software

    Pablo Mojica

    (November 16, 2018 - 4:14 pm)

    Subscribed. Saw your link first on reddit. Great writeup. So I've gotten my office deployments up 2016 to be basically harmless. However I simply edit office install with the customization tool. Then I deploy using the standard MSI to the system and auto activates with kms server. Is there much of a difference and or benefit from doing it via script like your video? Trying to expand my knowledge

    Bad Morale

    (November 16, 2018 - 4:14 pm)

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